NextLevel Online: Emotional Maturity

Session 8: Living in Wholeness (Part 2)

Have you become less than you were designed to be? Emotional maturity is part of your discipleship in Christ. This last session finishes Randy’s list of 10 essentials for a life of wholeness.



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The first half of Randy’s list of 10 essentials for a life of wholeness:

  1. Have a heart of worship where I share the day with the Lord.
  2. Have a handful of godly friends who know everything about me.
  3. Faithfully and joyfully live out my role in my family.
  4. Take up the “towel and basin” and advance the cause of Christ where it is not.
  5. Work hard.

Randy’s continued list of 10 essentials for a life of wholeness:

  1. Rest.
  • Mark 6:31

  • A question for the end of every day is “Did you get real rest today?

  1. Solitude.
  • See the verses from Session 3

  • A question for the end of every day is “Did you meet with God in quietness today?”

  1. Stewardship of your body.
  • 1 Timothy 4:8

  • A question for the end of every day is “Are you taking care of your body?”

  1. Stewardship of everything you possess.
  • Luke 16:10-12

  • A question for the end of every day is “Have you cleaned up the chaos today?

  1. Creativity.
  • A question for the end of every day is “Have you cared about beauty or the things that interest you today?”

1 Thessalonians 5:23-24 “Himself, God himself, the God of peace, may he sanctify you through and through, may your whole spirit, soul and body be found sound and blameless at the coming of the Lord Jesus. And the one who called you is faithful and he will do it.” (In the recording it accidentally says Peter, but it is Paul!)

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